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Sewer Trench - Sewer Trench (EP)

01 - Alphabet Soup
02 - Prisoners Of Religion
03 - War For Oil
04 - No Borders
05 - All Dead
06 - Winter Of 41

Sewer Trench is

Marc - Vocals
Jay - Guitar (Current Lineup)
Kez - Bass
Alex - Drums
Einstein - Guitar (on "Sewer Trench (EP)")

www.facebook.com/fuksewertrench
soundcloud.com/sewer-trench
On Twitter @SewerTrench

Cover Art and New Logo by Skinny
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Released on Torn Flesh Records, April, 2014

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Originally released on
Anarchotic Records
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&
A World We Never Made
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Reviews

Reviewer: sewertrench@gmail.com - - January 1, 2015
Subject: Review by Stephen Fallows (blogofputrefaction)
No messing about from London four piece mob Sewer Trench. Six songs in just under quarter of an hour of black / crust / grindcore that all adds up to a thoroughly unpleasant experience, and that is exactly what the band have gone for. “No sing a longs, no catchy riffs or hooks” is what their facebook page says and that description is absolutely spot on.
The band manage to mix things up a little during the course of the six tracks on this eponymous release. Opener ‘Alphabet Soup’ is an all out two minute blast of grind fury, whereas the following tracks ‘Prisoners Of Religion’ and ‘War For Oil’ are slower paced with Marc’s vocals changing from the more abrasive shouting and growling to a more black metal style rasp. The ep stays at this slower pace until the closer ‘Winter of 41’ which for me was the best track on here and shows the potential that this band has. The paces lurches from doomy passages to blasts and back in this well written and put together track that is much longer and more involved than any other on here.
It’s always good to hear something a little bit different, and as much as I like crust and grindcore, it can often get a little one paced and tired if not done well. It often needs something a little different thrown in to freshen it up and make the band stand out from a busy scene. On ‘Winter of 41’ Sewer Trench show that they have that something a little bit special, They seem to have some cool ideas and not afraid to change things up. Production is minimal, but that perfectly suits the raw, primitive, brutal sound that they are aiming for. Definitely worth checking out, some tracks work better than others, but when it all clicks, they are very good indeed.
http://blogofputrefaction.com/2014/09/23/910/
Reviewer: kzox2@hotmail.com - - June 9, 2014
Subject: Review by Dave Woff - Obscure Caos Zine
Sewer Trench’s EP sounds recorded live, and as such it effortlessly displays the band’s raw energy in addition to their metal and hardcore edges. Here you get six blistering tracks which, as they simply state, contain “no sing-a-longs, no catchy riffs or hooks…” The average song length on most of this release is about two minutes or so, with the longest track being about four minutes long. So the band definitely doesn’t overstay their welcome as each track concludes and the following track begins to assail you before you know it. My favorite characteristic, aside from the energetic percussion and chaotic vocals, is there is enough bass distortion to give the material that sort of whirlwind sensation that was always prevalent in the more “unsignable” bands of the mid to late 1980s; those bands that threw convention to the wind in favor of seeing how much noise they could make for those who would appreciate it most. Besides the web addresses listed above you can contact bassist Kez personally at http://www.facebook.com/keziooliveira. And look for this release on Anarchotic records and A World We Never Made records. –Dave Wolff
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